3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 8, 2016 8:12 AM by someniceuser

    Support for S.M.A.R.T. daemon?

    Ray_hyperic Hot Shot
      Running the opensource Hyperic 3.0.5. agent/server. Looking to monitor and alert off of smartd. Is this a supported daemon for hyperic?. It is running on my client machine and smartd does report back active checks. I've restarted that smart daemon as well and it doesn't report/populate into the Hyperic server.

      Thanks for any help,

      Ray
        • 1. Re: Support for S.M.A.R.T. daemon?
          We don't currently support SMART, but would like to, provided there 
          is a standard that emerges from the software side of things.  Which 
          daemon are you using?

          -- Jon



          On Dec 4, 2007, at 11:25 AM, Ray wrote:

          > Running the opensource Hyperic 3.0.5. agent/server. Looking to 
          > monitor and alert off of smartd. Is this a supported daemon for 
          > hyperic?. It is running on my client machine and smartd does report 
          > back active checks. I've restarted that smart daemon as well and it 
          > doesn't report/populate into the Hyperic server.
          >
          > Thanks for any help,
          >
          > Ray


          • 2. Re: Support for S.M.A.R.T. daemon?
            Ray_hyperic Hot Shot
            I'm running the standard smartd along with smartctl version 5.33. I think that I can hack a nagios check_log script to return a 0 or 1 and use that as script service within Hyperic.

            Thanks for the reply.

            Ray
            • 3. Re: Support for S.M.A.R.T. daemon?
              someniceuser Novice

              Kind of a long shot, but can you post how you got smartctl to work with hyperic? Just starting to look into it and wanted to see how you got it to work?